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Description

Field dismounting of the Mauser Model 1914 pistol
Potential problems with the field dismounting
- Worn out magazine lips
- No magazine available
- Early "side latch" Model 1910
Advanced dismounting of the Mauser Model 1914 pistol (I)
- Removal of the extractor (early and later model)
- Access to the internal mechanism
- Cover plate of the early model 1910
Advanced dismounting of the Mauser Model 1914 pistol (II)
- Removal of the manual safety and spring
- Dismounting of the trigger mechanism
- Re-assembling tip
Advanced dismounting of the Mauser Model 1914 pistol (III)
- Removal of the safety latch
- Dismounting of the magazine catch
- Dismounting of the hold-open / ejector
- Removal of the retaining latch of the takedown rod
- Disassembling of the magazine
Functioning of the Mauser Model 1914 pistol (I)
- A blowback design
- Hammerless striker fired pistol
- Cocking of the striker
- Possible breakage of the frame's rear abutment
Functioning of the Mauser Model 1914 pistol (II)
- Trigger mechanism explained
- Disconnection of the trigger explained
Functioning of the Mauser Model 1914 pistol (III)
- The manual safety explained
- The hold-open / ejector / magazine safety device
- The hold-open process explained
- The magazine safety explained
Functioning of the Mauser Model 1914 pistol (IV)
- Action of the ejector on the first cartridge in line
- Chambering of a cartridge
- Extraction and ejection
Markings found on the Model 1914 in 7.65mm caliber(I)
- Markings of the Mauser firm
- Military and Police markings
- The post WWI specific "1920" marking

Markings found on the Model 1914 in 7.65mm caliber (II)
- Serial number and proof markings
- Other markings
Evolution of  the Model 1910 in 6.35mm caliber
- Mauser 1909 Prototype in 9mm Parabellum
- Prototype of the Mauser 1910 pistol in 6.35mm
- Early standard Mauser 1910 pistol in 6.35mm
- Mauser 1910-14 pistol in 6.35mm
- Mauser 1910-34 pistol in 6.35mm
Evolution of  the Model 1914 in caliber 7.65mm
- Early "Humpback" variation in caliber 7.65mm
- Standard Model 1914 of early production
- War time and early after war production
- Late post war production (1923 - 1929)
- Model 1914-34
- Sub-caliber M20 caliber training kit
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